The Museo Juan Soriano is a museum that features irregular openings to the outside area. This gives the building a distinct feel that will hopefully attract visitors.
From the outside the structure looks like one large concrete block with an entrance at the base. Upon entering, it's clear that the inside is very expansive, allowing visitors to wander around leisurely and take in the different pieces of art featured at the time. The museum is names after a well-known artist, so the building will also hold a number of different pieces from this person. Also, the plot of land has a garden to allow people to relax outside, as well as multiple trees to make the museum feel more connected to nature.
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